There are no active watches, warnings or advisories

There are no active watches, warnings or advisories

Press Release From Appalachian Wireless:  

Even though our region will not experience the total solar eclipse, we are still expecting quite the show. Our Eclipse 2017 coverage is being brought to you by Appalachian Wireless, an East Kentucky Network Company.


It is the most hyped celestial event in decades and it is only one week away.

A magnitude 2.3 earthquake was registered at 8:57am Thursday, September 22nd near the Robinson Creek community of Pike County. Was it really an earthquake? EKB Chief Meteorologist Laythan Hopkins has more information.


Strong to severe thunderstorms moved across the region this afternoon with gusty winds, heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning. The storms have left several thousand customers without electricity this evening. Here is the latest numbers as of 6:30pm:

Heavy rain moved through the region Saturday causing some minor problems. The strongest storms dumped more than 2" of rain according to doppler radar estimates. This caused some flooding along Hurricane Creek Road in Pike County.

Here is a look at your forecast for the upcoming work week!



A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of eastern Kentucky and western West Virginia through early Friday (7/29) morning.